ProLine Application Optimised UV for Drinking Water
Our ProLine range of Drinking Water UV solutions have been protecting people from harmful contamination from bacteria and viruses for decades. Even at low doses UV provides protection against Chlorine resistant pathogens such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia. UV is therefore used for Drinking Water worldwide as a Cryptosporidium barrier. Often used in conjunction with Chlorine UV provides an additional level of safety and allows lower Chlorine consumption at much lower costs than Ozone or membrane filtration.
At higher doses UV provides general disinfection and at higher doses still it can provide Virus protection, depending on your design philosophy.
Each product in the ProLine PQ Drinking Water range is Application Optimised to deliver protection in a package which:
- Has Proven Performance
- Is Energy efficient
- Integrates seamlessly into your process with hygienic designs where required
On some models built in UVT compensation eliminates the need for a separate complex UVT monitoring instrument which makes it especially suitable for smaller communities, where ease of maintenance and initial capex are important criteria..
Follow the links to find out more about USEPA and DVGW validations to help you select which is best for you.
Location of UV system in an drinking water treatment process.
All ProLine PQ Drinking water products have been validated and certified by a third party. You can choose between:
ProLine PQ AF – A small community, Low energy Amalgam range with USEPA validations
ProLine PQ AL – A small to mid-sized community , low energy multi-lamp Amalgam range with USEPA validation with built in UVT compensation.
ProLine PQ IL – A compact medium pressure range for use where space is tight for small to mid -sized communities. This range offers both USEPA and DVGW validations.
ProLine PQ IL DVGW – Compact medium pressure range with DVGW certification, for use where space is tight in small to mid-sized communities.
PROLINE PQ IL DVGW DATASHEETS
ProLine PQ EO – An energy optimised medium pressure range, USEPA validated with built in UVT compensation.